HUBUNGAN TINGKAT PENGETAHUAN DAN KEWASPADAAN STANDAR DENGAN KEJADIAN CEDERA JARUM SUNTIK PADA MAHASISWA KEPERAWATAN SAAT PRAKTIK KLINIK DI RUMAH SAKIT

ANI ARIFATI, LULUK ATUDINIYAH and BAMBANG, EDI WARSITO (2019) HUBUNGAN TINGKAT PENGETAHUAN DAN KEWASPADAAN STANDAR DENGAN KEJADIAN CEDERA JARUM SUNTIK PADA MAHASISWA KEPERAWATAN SAAT PRAKTIK KLINIK DI RUMAH SAKIT. Undergraduate thesis, UNIVERSITAS DIPONEGORO.

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Needlestick injury becomes spreading viruses such as HBV, HCV, and HIV between patients and health workers. Nursing students are particularly susceptible to occupational needle stick injuries due to limited clinical experience. Unsafe action depending on knowledge levels, attitude, and precaution standards.The aims of this study to assess the correlation between knowledge levels and needlestick injury, precaution standards and needlestick injury among nursing students in the hospitals.The study used correlative descriptive design with a cross-sectional approach. The sample of this study was 119 respondents. A questionnaire about knowledge levels and precaution standards. That data were analyzed using bivariate with a chi-square test. The results showed there were a majority of respondents had high knowledge levels (59,7%) and had high universal precautions (92,4%). There were no correlation between knowledge levels and needlestick injury (p value= 0.44), precaution standards and needlestick injury among nursing students in the hospitals (p value= 0.89). The results showed there were not a relationship between knowledge levels and needlestick injury, precaution standards and needlestick injuries among nursing students in the hospitals. The other factor can be suspected was fatigue. Nursing students who experiencing fatigue induced loss of concentration on intervention.The suggestion for nursing students to maintaince the health and concentration. Keywords: Needlestick injury, Nursing students, Knowledge levels and precaution standards

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:R Medicine > RT Nursing
Divisions:Faculty of Medicine > Department of Nursing
Faculty of Medicine > Department of Nursing
ID Code:73970
Deposited By:Mr Bekti Iskandar
Deposited On:13 Nov 2019 11:10
Last Modified:13 Nov 2019 11:10

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